The Special Collections Department is located at the Emily Fowler Central Library, 502 Oakland Street , in Denton, Texas. It houses three collections: Genealogy, Texana, and Denton, Texas.
Protesters walking through the front parking lot of the Emily Fowler Central Library towards the Quakertown Park.
A scrapbook belonging to Grace Minter during her year at Denton High School, 1917-1918.
Photographs, news clippings, and various ephemera documenting 75 years of a public library in Denton, Texas.
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Scanned image of the original architectural drawing for the Denton City-County Library, produced by Wyatt O. Hedrick, the architect/engineer for the…
Page two of Grace Minter's scrapbook, featuring various soldiers at an unnamed army barrack.
Telegram sent from Governor William P. Clements, Jr., to the Denton Public LIbrary in honor of their formal re-opening.
Back and front of a folded pamphlet of the 1978 Annual Statistics of the Emily Fowler Public Library, which listed members of the Library Board, City…